Hello, I'm new here to this forum.
Several times a year I will do a review of Canon cameras. I am an advanced amatuer
, I mostly just share things that I have found with the cameras I test. In my last review I compared the Canon 6D vs. 5D Mark III
At minute 12:13 in the video I compare the center focus point on the 6D to the 5D3, after reading the wikipedia page on the -EV rating I gave up on trying to do the test accurately (as I talk about in the video) so I just set them up under the same low light conditions to see which one would work better. The 6D beat the 5D3 in my tests.
I am always trying to make my reviews better, so I was wondering if someone could help give me with pointers on how to do this more accurately in the future. I am more of a video guy than a stills guy.